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274 Index to Kindergarten Songs
Wind blows high. JB
Wind blows high, the wind blows low. See Wills. How the wind
blows. EL *Wind blows sweetly. Tufts. CL
Wind blows, the sun shines. See Knowlton. It is spring. NS Wind came forth one autumn morn. See Burnett. Song of the
wind. HS Wind came howling at our door. See Fisher. Wild wind. StN *Wind, gentle evergreen. Hayes. TLB Wind must blow to turn the mill. See Heerwart. Windmill. KC
(Seidell. Windmill. HR) Wind one gusty morning. See Smith. Merry wind. LCD Wind song. Hill. SHS Wind song. Root. SV Wind song. Stevenson.
See Stevenson. Wind. CGV—EL—LBS—SF— SM—SL1—
SS *Windflower. Roeske. HS Winding the clock. Gaynor. SCI Windmill. PS—WS
(Stangenberger. Windmill. HR) Windmill. Atkinson. GS Windmill. Gaynor. SCI Windmill. Heerwart. KC
(Seidell. Windmill. HR) Windmill. Jensen. HMC1
Music only Windmill. Jensen. SL1—SM Windmill. Nelham. RCS Windmill. Seidell. HR
(Heerwart. Windmill. KC) Windmill. Stangenberger. HR
(Windmill. PS—WS) Windmill holds its arms so high. See Atkinson. Windmill. GS Windmill is whirling away up so high. See Gaynor. Windmill.
SCI Windmill's fans around they go. See Jensen. Windmill. SL1—
SM Window. Froebel. MP Window. Smith. SM Window. Wiggin. KC
(Froebel. Little window. MP)
(Hubbard. Oh, see the light. MSG) Winds. Neidlinger. ESI Winds are playing on the branches. See Kierulf. Spring; sons:.
SL1 Windy day. Neidlinger. SSS Windy nights. Stevenson. CGV—SF—SS
For composers see Stevenson. Windy nights